The Underground City : Lily Harper

  • by H. P. Mallory
  • Narrated by Betsy Hogg
  • Series: Lily Harper
  • 7 hrs and 8 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

From New York Times and USA Today best-selling urban fantasy romance author HP Mallory comes The Lily Harper Series! If you like your books steamy (this is an adult fantasy romance, not for kids or teens!) and you aren’t easily offended by potty-mouthed, crass guardian angels, have a listen!
The Underground City is the second book in the Lily Harper urban fantasy series. The first book is Better Off Dead.
The Underground City: Abandon hope, all ye who enter here.…
Lily Harper narrowly survived her first mission as a Soul Retriever in the first level of the Underground City. After that harrowing trip, she wants nothing more than some downtime, but as with most things involving the afterlife, nothing ever quite works out the way Lily wants it to. Her newest mission will see her traveling to the sewer aqueduct of the Underground City and later, the prison. But, luckily for Lily, she’s got the hunky yet antisocial bladesmith Tallis Black by her side. And quite possibly unluckily for her, she’s also got her guardian angel, Bill, who’s up to his old, foul-mouthed antics. Between learning how to wield her sword, personal training with a hot-headed demon, traveling to the Underground City not one but two times, and discovering that the leader of the Underground City harbors a curious fascination with her, Lily’s hope was abandoned a long time ago.


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Customer Reviews

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Fabulous story let down by narration

What did you like most about The Underground City?

I love the sassy, flawed characters.

What did you like best about this story?

The angel, Bill is hilariously written. Much more "out there" than previous HP Mallory characters. I am loving this series. The tension between Lily and Talis is great, too.

What did you like about the performance? What did you dislike?

The narrator is perfect for Lily, but it all goes out the window when she does accents. Talis's accent is dreadful. She can't decide between Scottish and Irish and somehow swings between the two - often in the one sentence. It's distracting.

Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?


Any additional comments?

I can't wait for more! (But a better narrator would be a good idea too)

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- Justine

Book Details

  • Release Date: 09-05-2014
  • Publisher: Audible Studios